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The first digital India Couture Week showcased the skills of master craftspeople and embroiderers that have made Indian bridalwear one of the most coveted in the world, reports Meher Castelino It was an eclectic mix of fashion, films, creativity and techno expertise. The films shot at exotic locales and even underwater or in pools, ranged from 4–10 minutes in length as 12 designers unveiled their bridal couture collections for 2020 at the first ...


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A few years later, the same process is now taking place in textile printing, and this has never...
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Gabi Seligsohn | Feb 04,2016
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Rahul Mehta | Aug 12,2017
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Posted by
Bill D’Arienzo | Oct 10,2019
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Arun Sirdeshmukh | Jan 21,2016
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Pradip Mehta | Jan 23,2016
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Abhay Gupta | Dec 23,2016
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Posted by
Aseem Prakash | Apr 25,2016
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Rahul Mehta | Sep 11,2015
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Fanny Vermandel | Jun 24,2016
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Anurag Batra | Sep 02,2015